Presenters' welcome return for new programmes

Two former Radio Clatterbridge presenters have made a welcome return to the station to launch brand new programmes.

Mike Kinney and Graham Johnson are hosting two new weekly shows for our specialist music strand Radio Clatterbridge Presents...

Mike Kinney

Mike, who was previously on air between 1999 and 2005, makes his comeback hosting an hour of his favourite country music each Friday night.

Graham has already clocked up three decades at the station, leaving only to concentrate on studying for a history degree in his spare time.

His Monday evening edition will see a foray into the world of classical music.

Radio Clatterbridge Presents... broadcasts each weekday evening at 9pm and also features programmes on folk, vintage and music from the 70s.


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